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First, we must determine if the problem is with the speakers themselves, or with hardware or software of the computer. Try plugging a set of headphones into the audio out jack of your system (often times, this will be a green colored jack). Play sound on the computer while listening to the headphones, can you hear the sound? If so, the problem is with the speakers, otherwise, you need to troubleshoot software/hardware of the system. Another method would be to try plugging these speakers into the headphone jack on an mp3 player, mobile cd player, stereo, or similar device. Aside from the system not putting out sound, the speakers could be plugged into the incorrect jack on the system (not audio out, OR not audio out on the correct device), or turned all the way down.
Hi - you must Start from speakers, check that its work correctly.by testing them in another computer or Audio Device. - insure that the Sound not muted .!! - insure a bout Sound Driver from control panel -> Sound Speech and Audio Devices. or right click on my computer -> properties-> hardware -> device manager insure that is no yellow (?) question mark near Audio . - if driver lost re install it and try if its installed then you must change Sound Card
if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it you might have to uninstall then restart your computer then reinstall both the sound drivers and the sound card make sure you have both of these devices backed up to a disc before uninstalling a yellow? question mark means you need to install/update driver to do this right click to install driver also click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and game controllers you might see a yellow question mark? Right click to reinstall drivers click start control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers make sure you have selected the (((appropriate speakers))) also audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have the correct settingsthere also click start control panel sounds and audio devices you can adjust the volume there also select speaker volume you can change your settings there you can also tick in the box place icon in taskbar if his does not fix the problem
have you tried this control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select the appropriate speakers from the drop down list or navigate to the device manager scroll to system devices + to expand,system speaker right click properties then select use this device (enable) also you might check the speakers plug/outlet is usually at the back of the computer you will have to open up the computer to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plug make sure the connection is good try cleaning your computer of dust using a fine air blower from a compressor making VERY sure that there is no MOISTURE in the air line specifically around the sound card and the CPU central processing unit dust causes static to build up in a computer hope this helps don
1. Power on your computer. Ensure that there is a sound device installed on your computer. You can locate your sound device by right clicking on "My Computer." Click "Properties." Select "Device Manager." Click on "Sound." Your sound device should be listed. If there is no sound device listed, you will have to purchase and install a sound device before proceeding.
2. Insert the CD or floppy disk that contains the drivers for your sound device into your computer's CD-ROM or floppy disk drive. If you do not have the CD or floppy disk that contains the sound device drivers, there are websites such as Driver Guide and NoDevice that will allow you to download the drivers online for free.
3. Click on "Install Drivers." The sound device drivers will then be installed onto your computer. It may be necessary to restart your computer once the installation is complete.
4. Open your media player and play an audio file to ensure that your sound device drivers were installed successfully.
The "NoAudioDevice Error" message is usually displayed by your computer when it does not detect any properly working audiodevice attached to it. You will not hear any sound from your computer when this message appears. Only the internal speaker of the computer can provide you bleeping sounds.
When this message appears on your screen, you will need to first check your computer's BIOS and ensure that the audio is set to "auto" mode. You should also check if you have installed the correct drivers needed by the audiodevice attached to your computer in order for it to work properly. AudioDevice Drivers
The most frequent cause of this problem is an incorrect audiodevice driver that has been installed by the user. In order to double check if your driver matches your device, refer to the user's manual that came with it to look for its type and specifications. The audiodevice driver for an onboard device should be provided along with the chipset drivers in the CD that accompanies the motherboard.
Use the Device Manager
You can use the device manager to ascertain if the audiodevice drivers are installed properly. To go to the device manager, right click on the My Computer icon, then click Properties, click on the Hardware tab and then Device Manager. If any device is marked with a yellow question mark, it is an indication that the required drivers are missing. It should be instantly clear if the audiodevice is truant.
Loose Connections on the Motherboard
You can open your computer and directly look at the information written on the audiodevice itself. While doing this, make it a point to check all connections by ensuring that everything is properly plugged in its correct place. Sometimes, this error is also caused by loose connections and a sound card that has been improperly attached to the PC.
You can download the latest updated drivers from the manufacturer's website, either from your own computer or another. If you have used another computer, you can use a data storage device to bring the drivers to your machine and execute the software installer from there. Ensure that the driver you have downloaded is compatible with the operating system installed on your machine.
Is Your AudioDevice Defective?
If problems with your audiodevice still persist, you can opt to test the audiodevice on a different machine just to see if it's in good working condition. If it still doesn't work on a different machine, you have a defective audiodevice. You will need to get it replaced if it is under warranty or purchase a brand new one. Remember that you should buy the audiodevice that is compatible with your motherboard. In addition, don't forget to ask for the updated software drivers of the audiodevice
This problem is *NOT* related to the 'HP VS17' monitor.
Instead, find the "original" Windows CD-ROM that came with your computer, and reinstall Windows from that media, rather than reinstalling from some other copy of Windows.
The "original" CD-ROM will have the correct audio-device drivers.
If you need, contact the manufacturer of your computer, and order a replacement "System Recovery" set of CD-ROM disks.
Or, find the web-site for the manufacturer of your computer, and enter your series (e.g., "Optiplex" or "Dimension") and model-number, and search for downloadable device-drivers for your "audio" device.
Have you installed the audio driver?
If you have installed an audio driver, it most likely an incorrect one.
To check if you have installed a correct audio driver.
Go to the Control Panel - click on Sounds and Audio Devices - click on the Sounds tab - click on any of the Program events and click the play button. If you hear a sound from the speakers the audio driver is correctly installed. Also connect a headphone to the laptop and repeat this test. If you don't hear any sounds and the play button is greyed out, it means the correct version of the audio driver wasn't installed. You can check if this is true - go to Control Panel - System - Hardware tab - Device Manager and look for any devices that have a yellow ? against the device. This indicates a device driver is required to make this device work. You need to download the correct device driver for your model laptop, and it must be a XP or Vista version that matches the Windows version that is installed on your laptop.
try the following steps.
1. Right click My Computer Icon and select properties then select Hardware tab.
2. After selecting hardware tab click Device Manager button.
3. After clicking it list down all devices that you have and expand the "Sound Video and Game Controller" by click the clicking the plus(+) sign and it shown you the list sound devices.
4. In the list, look for explanation point(!) in yellow color beside device name (this means that device driver is missing or not properly installed)
5. Select the device name and press right click and choose uninstall.
6. After uninstallation click Action Menu and select "Scan for Hardware Changes" (this will scan the other device which is not yet installed in the system)
7. System will prompt you to load the Audio driver(insert the Audio device cd driver) if your using a built-in audio use your desktop/laptop device driver cd and locate the driver folder from cd and choose sound or audio folder the list and select the proper windows for your computer.
8. after running installation the volume bar should appear in the right side of your desktop allong with computer date & time. if not restart your computer.